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Commissions

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Premieres - Under Robert Spano

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commissions
Composer/Work Funded By Premiere Date
JENNIFER HIGDON: City Scape Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission Nov-02
KEVIN PUTS: …this noble company Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission Jul-03
DAVID DEL TREDICI: Paul Revere's Ride Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission May-05
CHRISTOPHER THEOFANIDIS: The Here and Now Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission May-05
RICHARD DANIELPOUR: Pastime Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission (with two other orchestras) May-07
MICHAEL GANDOLFI: The Garden of Cosmic Speculation Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission Regional Premiere in May 2007
GONZALO GRAU: Pregunta y Respuesta (Q&A) Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission Mar-08
BEHZAD RANJBARAN: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission Jun-08
CHRISTOPHER THEOFANIDIS: Symphony Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission Jul-05
BRARHMS/DEJAN LACZIC: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Major Oct-09
WYNTON MARSALIS: Symphony No. 2, Blues Symphony Commissioned by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Robert Spano, Music Director, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, James Levine, Music Director, with the Generous Support of the National Black Arts Festival Nov-09
MICHAEL GANDOLFI: QED: Engaging Richard Feynman Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission Jun-10
JENNIFER HIGDON: On a Wire Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission Jun-10
ALVIN SINGLETON: New Work TBA Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission Jun-11
JAMES OLIVERIO: Double Timpani Concerto Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission (plus others)

Jun-11

Christopher Theofanidis: Creation/Creator Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Commission (plus others) Apr-15
Other World Premieres
Composer/Work Funded By Premiere Date
STEPHEN PAULUS: Concerto for Organ, Orchestra & Chorus Peachtree Road United Methodist Church Nov-02
ROBERT POUND: Irrational Exuberance Nov-05
ANGEL LAM: Awakening from a Disappearing Garden Commissioned by Carnegie Hall Through the Generosity of Henry R. Kravis in Honor of his Wife Marie-Josée. Nov-09